Trey Chandler will take no more visits; he is firmly committed to playing for Georgia. There have been some rumblings about him visiting other schools, but that was something that he denied. "I am committed to Georgia and have no more visits," said Chandler.
Chandler said that he feels that Georgia is preparing to make a run at greatness. "They are on the right track with their program," he said, "the coaches are good guys, it is a good situation to be in."
Offensive Coordinator Neil Callaway has also talked with Chandler about what the lineman should expect in Athens. "He told me that it was not going to be easy," said Chandler.
Conditioning and weight training continue to be critical to Chandler's development. He said that his workouts continue even after the football season. "I have been continuing my weight training at Buford. Georgia wants me to put on weight," he said.
Mikey Henderson, also a Georgia verbal from Buford High School (GA), might be Chandler's roommate at Georgia, but that was not yet set. Chandler said that the two are very close.
Chandler explained that his decision to commit to Georgia was mildly difficult. "There were other schools but I knew that I wanted to go to Georgia," he said, "I have always wanted to go to Georgia. And 13-1 as well as the SEC title made my decision easier."